University of Szeged joins European Ethics Bowl Competition

Starting from January 2023 students from all faculties of the University of Szeged can take part in European Ethics Bowl (EEB) competition. This follows the EEB Advisory Board’s approval of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Szeged as an Institutional Member representing Hungary.

Last week, three members of the University of Szeged’s EEB Committee (Dr. Judit Judit Gébert, Mrs. Nóra Csák Luca, and Dr. Timothy Yaw Acheampong) represented the university at the semi-finals of this year’s competition, which was held at the University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business in Slovenia from the 11th to 13th of November 2022. The EEB is an international student competition in which teams of students from all over Europe debate ethical issues in the business world.

In each round of the competition, ethical dilemmas are presented to students in the form of specific case studies. Groups of students present their views on the given dilemmas in a short video, followed by a debate, questions and evaluation by the judges.

The first stage of the competition will involve teams of students at the University of Szeged competing against each other. The winning team from the University of Szeged will be selected to represent Hungary in the international debate competitions with students from other European universities. Each team consist of three (3) members who can be either undergraduate or post-graduate students from the same or different faculties mixed together.

Entry into the competition is free of charge and is open to all students who are interested in ethical challenges companies and countries around the world are facing today and would like to debate these issues with other students within and outside Hungary?

The application process will be published in early January 2023.

For more info about the competition please visit the EEB website.

All interested parties are invited to write to us at for more information.

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